Kubota Excavator Specs

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Kubota Excavator Specs
Choose the Kubota excavator that's right for you. (excavator image by Dmitry Nikolaev from Fotolia.com)

Kubota offers two series of excavators: the U Series and the KX Series. The U Series' models are all compact, while the KX Series offers ultracompact, compact and standard excavators. Each series has various models with differing specifications as far as weight, blades and engines, allowing you to choose which Kubota excavator is right for your application. Detailed specifications for each model are located on the models' individual web pages.

U Series

The U Series offers the U17, U25S, U25S2, U45 And U55 zero-tail swing and tight-tail swing compact excavators. Operating weights for the U17 and U25S are 2,814 and 2551kg., respectively. Standard rubber/canopy operating weights for the U25S2, U45S and U55 are 8,025, 11,640 and 5380kg., respectively, while their standard rubber/cab operating weights are 8,425, 11,806, 5470kg., respectively. The U25S2 and U55 also have an angle blade option, with rubber/canopy operating weights of 8,477 and 5570kg.; and rubber/cab operating weights of 8,697 and 5661kg.

Horsepower (hp) for the U17, U25S, U25S2, U45S and U55 comes in at 17, 20.9, 29.6, 40.5 and 47.6hp, respectively. Digging depths, in the same order, are 7 feet, 7 inches; 9 feet, 3 inches; 10 feet, 4 inches; 11 feet, 10 inches and 11 feet, 10.3 inches.

KX Series Ultra-Compact and Compact Excavators

The K008-3 and KX41-3V have operating weights of (rubber/canopy) 998kg. and 1675kg., respectively. Horsepower for both models comes in at 10.3hp at 2,050 revolutions per minute (RPM) and 17hp at 2,300 RPM, while digging depths are 5 feet, 8 inches and 7 feet, 9.7 inches.

The KX71-3S offers a rubber/canopy operating weight of 2860kg. and a rubber/cab weight of 2971kg. Horsepower comes in at 27.6hp at 2,300 RPM with a digging depth of 9 feet, 9 inches.

The KX91-3S2's standard operating weights are 3225kg. and 3325kg., rubber/canopy and rubber/cab, respectively, and angle blade weights of 3420kg. and 3520kg. It puts out 29.6hp and a digging depth of 10 feet, 5 inches.

Kubota's KX121-3S---with a six-in-one blade---weighs 4440kg. and 4530kg., rubber/canopy and rubber/cab, respectively. The horsepower comes in at 40.5hp at 2,250 RPM with a digging depth of 11 feet, 6 inches.

The KX161-3S compact excavator's standard operating weights are 5230kg. (rubber/canopy) and 5305kg. (rubber/cab), with angle blade operating weights of 5425kg. and 5500kg. (rubber/canopy and rubber/cab, respectively.) The engine puts out 46 horsepower and has a digging depth of 12 feet, 7 inches.

Kubota's compact KX057-4 excavator has 47.6 horsepower and a digging depth of 12 feet, 8.2 inches. Operating weights for the KX057-4 are 5511kg. (rubber/canopy) and 5600kg. (rubber/cab). Angle blade operating weight comes in at 5699kg. (rubber/canopy) and 5790kg. (rubber/cab).

Power Utility and Super Double Boom Excavators

The KX080-3's---a power utility excavator---standard weight is 8280kg. and the angle blade weight is 8630kg. The engine puts out 70hp and has a digging depth of 15 feet, 1.1 inches.

Kubota also offers the super double boom KX080-3, which features 70hp and a digging depth of 15 feet, 0.7 inches. The rubber operating weight is 8790kg., while the steel operating weight is 8840kg.

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